James was the half-brother of Jesus and an unbeliever until he saw Jesus risen from the dead. He went on to pastor the Jerusalem church. When many Jewish Christians fled Jerusalem due to persecution, James - ever the pastor - continued to care for his flock. Upon learning of his people's struggles as they were establishing their lives in strange places, "James the Just" (as Jews called him) wrote a pastoral letter to them. This letter speaks to those intent on following Jesus still today. Join us for a verse by verse study of this practical book of the Bible.
Twice a year we set aside twenty-one days for a special season of fasting and prayer. We have seen God move as a result of these prayer emphases. Our first 21 Days of Prayer in 2016 is January 25 through February 13. Some highlights to look forward to:
We hope you will plan ahead to participate as much as possible in this prayer emphasis. Thank you for praying with us!
Our community of believers is thrilled to be worshipping at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton Street, Boston! For directions, mass transit, and parking information, please click here.
We have found that growing in relationship with Christ is best experienced in community. Anchor Groups focus on fellowship, discussion centered on the previous Sunday’s teaching, and prayer. For locations of groups and registration info, click here.
SAIL was introduced September 27. It is Anchor’s initiative to encourage holistic followers of Jesus. Understanding that relationship with Jesus Christ is life’s foundation, we seek to offer helps to Anchor community members in finance, vocation, and “active” (fitness & nutrition). As events are planned, we will post on the "Events" page. In the meantime, please email SAIL@anchorboston.com for specific inquiries.